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Samsung states that the Galaxy Ring has a battery life of up to 9 days

Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Ring will boast a battery life of up to 9 days, with a release slated for the second half of this year. Following its debut at MWC 2024, Samsung’s latest wearable, the Galaxy Ring, has garnered significant attention.

The Korean tech giant showcased the device, highlighting its sleek design. Recent announcements have shed light on the Galaxy Ring‘s battery longevity and anticipated market launch. According to Samsung, the Galaxy Ring is expected to offer a battery life ranging from 5 to 9 days, depending on usage, positioning it favorably against competitors like UltraHuman and RingConn, which offer shorter battery lives of 4 to 6 days.

Notably, it surpasses the week-long battery life of the Oura smart ring. The extended battery life offers users convenience and minimizes the need for frequent charging. This impressive feat is attributed to the device’s lack of a screen. However, it’s worth noting that users will need a connected smartphone to access health-tracking features. Despite its limitations, such as the inability to make calls, the Galaxy Ring remains a compelling option.

For those seeking call functionality, Samsung’s Galaxy Watch line is worth considering. Pricing details for the Galaxy Ring have not yet been disclosed. Samsung has confirmed that the device will hit the market in the latter half of this year, possibly alongside the launch of new folding devices in July 2024.